Here are some lovingly rendered faves on solo piano.
The Window Panes are a five-piece ensemble, based out of Winchester, VA, that performs in the acoustic rock / folk / jam genre. We are a middle-aged group of dead heads that have found a blend of acoustic guitars and mandolin with full drum kit and bass backbeats. Drawing from Grateful Dead roots this band has multiple singers in the band, singing originally written material, as well as favorite covers of jam bands of our time.
There are links to our upcming shows, ReverbNation.com site, as well as entire shows on archive.org (click on Set Lists) on our home page at: http://www.thewindowpanes.com ...feel free to download free poster art by our mandolin player, Vince. We are hoping to expand our reach to the extended family. We appreciate your support (mailing list sign-up) and any feedback you may wish to dish. Thank you. -ddp, (~);}
I decided to remove these
sorry for the blank post.
I saw this great band the other night, Michael Martin & the Infidels, and then I saw them on You Tube doing a great version of a dead song:
You have to see this!
Video Playlist for Set I (with soundboard audio)...
Video Playlist for Set II (with soundboard audio)...
The whole show (soundboard audio) on ARCHIVE.ORG....
And here's LOOSE LUCY...
Mountains of the Moon, an acoustic, Americana-themed cocaine cowboy celebration of the Good 'Ol Grateful Dead, performs at Brix in Sunset Beach, CA
Come holler, sing along, and share your stories about truckin' up the coast with some of LA's finest players and pickers
Here;s the link for the Scarlet->fire
We are a Ft. Worth, Texas based band. Play some Dead tunes, as well as some other covers. Mainly play original music though. We blend rock and roll, folk, country, blues and soul all into one. We are all about the moment with each song and where it can take us live with each other and the crowd. You can check us out at www.ppmband.com or on facebook at www.facebook.com/pistolpackinmamaband .. Hope to meet some new friends from joining this awesome site! Peace and piece. ;-)